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  • ptmeyer
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    Thank you for replying I kind of thought the same . We used to get paid but they took that away from us.

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  • ScottB
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    Are you covered by a union contract or CBA? If so, there may be some provision in there about what you get for working on a holiday. I have employees on a federal contract and if they work on a holiday, I must pay them double time.

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  • cbg
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    Overtime is not due unless you WORK over 40 hours in a workweek. If you WORK more than 40 hours, you have to be paid overtime; the holiday has nothing to do with it. But they are not required by law to consider time paid for but not worked in calculating overtime.

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  • ptmeyer
    started a topic only employee that has to work Holiday Washington

    only employee that has to work Holiday Washington

    I work for the City I am a non-exempt full time employee . However our Handbook says When computing overtime,holidays,sick leave and vacation are not counted as time worked but it also says Full time employees shall receive up to 8 hours pay for each holiday on which they perform NO WORK. Well I am the only one working the holidays and I am a waterplant operator and the State mandates that it is to be worked can they keep me from any over time compensation?
    Last edited by ptmeyer; 11-20-2006, 06:06 PM. Reason: had to change wording
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